My new aftermarket LED headlights

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I've looked at these headlights over and over for the last 2 to 3 weeks to see if I would like them. I figure if I took my time and each day looked then perhaps I would not have any regrets.

I made the decision to purchase just now. After thinking about it, it is cheaper, but probably even a better headlight than the factory LED.

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https://www.ledfactorymart.com/prod...driving-lights-for-jeep-wrangler-jl-2018-2019


What do you all think?
I like them. A different look from the typical halos. Plus they are true 9" headlights.





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Saw them on a JLUR in the local Independence Day parade on Thursday! I think they look pretty cool. Still glad I got the factory LEDs though, because of the rear ones and the fender lights.
 
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At first I was like hell no. After seeing them on Jeeps, it's not to bad actually. I agree Quake LED's are garbage and this comment is first hand experience. Over priced out the @$$.
 
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You asked...don't like them at all. Gimicky design.
One could argue that the current Mopar ones are gimmicky also. Just because they are mopar doesn't mean they are better. It just means they are more expensive.

I will say that one the 3 days I've had these one I've gotten 5 or 6 compliments already from people at random places.

They also make the same lights with round LED's that a few people have on this forum and look great in parallel with the cross LED.

Personally, I've seen the mopar LED halos at night along with mine and by far mine are brighter which I was wanting. If Mopar ones were a little thicker and brighter, it may have done it for me. These look great in addition with my morimoto turns.

The LED mopar tails are nice which I have but the mopar headlights just didn't do it for me.

If anyone is wondering, I would buy these again in a heartbeat. (They are 800 dollars less, extremely high quality, 9 inch, plug and play, and take about 20 minutes to install. This is including wiring up the DRL) Also, these do no require any flash. (I have a tazer and didn't have to do a thing)

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I have this same company’s 9” round halo light and can attest that they’re cheap, bright, plug n play, and a solid investment. There’s no gap between the light and grill. The crosses are the newer version. My halo version required 5washers to angle the beam down. I believe I paid 225 or something.

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One could argue that the current Mopar ones are gimmicky also. Just because they are mopar doesn't mean they are better. It just means they are more expensive.

I will say that one the 3 days I've had these one I've gotten 5 or 6 compliments already from people at random places.

They also make the same lights with round LED's that a few people have on this forum and look great in parallel with the cross LED.

Personally, I've seen the mopar LED halos at night along with mine and by far mine are brighter which I was wanting. If Mopar ones were a little thicker and brighter, it may have done it for me. These look great in addition with my morimoto turns.

The LED mopar tails are nice which I have but the mopar headlights just didn't do it for me.

If anyone is wondering, I would buy these again in a heartbeat. (They are 800 dollars less, extremely high quality, 9 inch, plug and play, and take about 20 minutes to install. This is including wiring up the DRL) Also, these do no require any flash. (I have a tazer and didn't have to do a thing)

Have a good evening!
I didn't buy headlights for the brightness of the halo. I want a good quality headlight that illuminates the road at night!
 
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I didn't buy headlights for the brightness of the halo. I want a good quality headlight that illuminates the road at night!
I didn't buy headlights for the brightness of the halo. I want a good quality headlight that illuminates the road at night!
I thought that part went without saying but since you brought the obvious up, these light are extremely bright and already pointed perfectly ahead on the road with crisp cutoff lines.
 

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I thought that part went without saying but since you brought the obvious up, these light are extremely bright and already pointed perfectly ahead on the road with crisp cutoff lines.
Any chance you could post some pics of the cutoff at night (like against a wall/garage door), that's the one gripe about my current LED headlights, cutoff isn't nearly as clean as my projector Xenons on my Infiniti.
 
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Any chance you could post some pics of the cutoff at night (like against a wall/garage door), that's the one gripe about my current LED headlights, cutoff isn't nearly as clean as my projector Xenons on my Infiniti.
Sure man...I will do that this evening!
 

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I've looked at these headlights over and over for the last 2 to 3 weeks to see if I would like them. I figure if I took my time and each day looked then perhaps I would not have any regrets.

I made the decision to purchase just now. After thinking about it, it is cheaper, but probably even a better headlight than the factory LED.

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https://www.ledfactorymart.com/prod...driving-lights-for-jeep-wrangler-jl-2018-2019


What do you all think?
So it's been awhile, how are the lights working?
 
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So it's been awhile, how are the lights working?
I've gotten so many compliments on these lights! The nighttime range is awesome with great cutoff lines. Would recommend 100%
 

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